These activities include sports, clubs and events.
Students take on various responsibilities in running these activities, which enhances their leadership skills.
Physical education and fitness is a compulsory part of the curriculum. The School competes in Inter-School Leagues in: Soccer, Basketball, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Athletics, Swimming and Table Tennis.
Clubs and Societies
Every Wednesday students can participate in any of the School’s 17 clubs including: Music, Dance and Drama; Art; Aerobics; Chess and Scrabble; Table Tennis; Hockey; Swimming; Scouting; First Aid; Junior Achievers; Educate!; French; Environment; Computing; Library; Badminton; and Lawn Tennis.
Houses exist to offer students indoor competitive activities including Sports, Public Speaking, Music and Dance, Art, and Science Quiz. Each House: Kenyatta, Mandela, Nyerere and Gandhi, is led by an elected House Captain and Deputy.
Nurturing Responsible Students
The School encourages students to be responsible from a young age. Student Council members are school leaders and student role models who guide and counsel their peers, helping to develop positive behaviour and values.
We know that pupils learn the most when they have the opportunity to experience things for themselves.
The library is an active and welcoming space, designed for 21st century learning. It contains spaces for dynamic group learning as well as for independent study. Its collection contains over 23,000 books and 75 magazine subscriptions, providing students with a wide selection of materials for both academic and recreational reading.
Numerous computers and wifi connections provide easy access to the internet and to our online subscription resources.
We take it as a matter of utmost importance to expose our students beyond the confines of a classroom to the world of own experience.